In the real estate world we often tour multiple homes either previewing or out with clients. After awhile it can be confusing keeping the photos sorted and it doesn't take long to end up with a jumbled mess of pictures when we go back through them.
Since I often make tour books for my clients I've learned to start each set of photos with a picture of the front of the house and close up of the house number. If I'm making a neighborhood post I start with a photo of the entrance sign to the community and then the photos of the homes. With new construction it's the sign out front that starts a new set of photos.
Recently I toured a new development called Potomac Shores in Dumfries VA. I took almost 100 photos knowing I would be creating multiple slideshow presentations of the neighborhood. Had I not started each set of photos with the sign of the property and then ended with a full view of the house there was no way I'd have kept the homes straight.
Now as I'm putting the tours together for my website and blog posts it's easy to find each model and put together the tours.
Hope this little hint helps you as you are out with your clients or gathering information for your neighborhood posts. It has certainly saved me hours of time and head scratching over the years.